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To have compassion is to feel for someone. To have empathy is to feel with someone, typically through having felt what the other is feeling. Empathy is an experientially based understanding of another’s or others’ feelings and is far more … Continue reading →
People love to play and through play, we learn with greater ease, as we are having fun. Fun is not necessarily always present in our working lives. However, we can strive to play, to find joy in the work we … Continue reading →
“The value of a man should be seen in what he gives and not in what he is able to receive”. Albert Einstein What does it mean to be a valuable asset to your community? It means that you are … Continue reading →
A lot of people define their sense of self, based on what they do for a living. Artists are notorious for this. They think of themselves as, “I am an actor” “I am a dancer” “I am a writer”, etc. … Continue reading →
As an entrepreneurial artist, one has the potential to create culture both at local and national levels. At the local level, an entrepreneur creates the culture they wish to work in. This means that those who they work effectively, they … Continue reading →
Re. The Arts Entrepreneur It is important to get past our mental voice of self-censorship. Each of us has a series of voices in our heads. One such voice, we can call the “watcher at the gates of the mind”. The … Continue reading →
There is an old military expression that say, “No plan survives first contact.” What this means to me is that we can plan and plan and plan, but once we engage at least one other person, plans change. This is … Continue reading →